My collection of wrestling t-shirts that I have in my collection which are Hogan, Triple H, HBK, John Cena, Undertaker, and RVD.
Vivienne Tam Fall 2008 Collection runway show from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NY. Filmed by Joe Dirosa for New York Artist Series TV. Shot in Bryant Park NYC on 2/4/2008. See more at www.newyorkartistseries**** Part 2 of 2
Vivienne Tam Fall 2008 Collection runway show from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NY. Filmed by Joe Dirosa for New York Artist Series TV. Shot in Bryant Park NYC on 2/4/2008. See more at www.newyorkartistseries**** Part 1 of 2
Anna Sui Fall 2008 Part II Collection runway show from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NY. Filmed by Metrofunk****'s Joe Dirosa. See full length footage of all shows from Fashion Week New York Fall 2008 at www.Metrofunk****
Michael Kors Fall 2008 Collection runway show from Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in NY. Filmed by Metrofunk****'s Joe Dirosa. Shot in Bryant Park NYC on 2/4/2008. See full length footage of all shows from Fashion Week New York Fall 2008 at www.Metrofunk****
Tech Deck TECH DECK collection. over 300 tech decks. Ramps and mini tech deck shop.
techdecks, they rule and everyone who hates them you SUCK!!!!!
A collection of clips from my wrestling league
Crash.tv video tapes a tour of the 2nd largest Star Wars collection ever assembled! Pretty amazing stuff in here, so check it out!
The No 1 World Greatest Collection on Buddhist Chants and Thai Meditations
Today, we’re going to talk about what's known as a collection statute expiration date (CSED), and the IRS will sometimes call it the COSED. I’m not really sure – it’s not really an accurate acronym, but that’s what they call it.
It stands for the proposition that a tax liability only has a 10 year lifespan. The IRS only has 10 years from the date of the assessment of a tax to collect it. This holds true for income tax and payroll tax, and so it can actually be a very helpful tool in the resolution of IRS problems.
I just said it was 10 years from the date of the assessment. What does that really mean in English? Here’s what it means.
When the IRS goes ahead and puts a liability in the books, and it becomes formally due and payable by you, the taxpayer, that’s essentially an assessment. Assessments can happen up to three years in normal cases after the filing of a tax return.
So you never know when an assessment was actually posted. Typically, the filing of your return is what triggers an assessment if you owe tax, and the 10 year time clock will start to run.
When can that assessment actually be later than when you file a tax return? When you get the little love letter that says hey, you made a mistake on your return, and you actually owe us more money. So you can actually have an assessment after the initial assessment. There is also an instance where if you fail to file a return, the IRS can prepare what's known as a substitute for return for you (which I referenced in an earlier blog post), and then you can have the statute of limitations beginning to run from the date of that assessment.
There are several things that can actually toll or stop the running of that 10 years. Some of them can add time onto that 10 years. So it’s not so simple; it’s just counting when did I file the return, or when was the assessment? So count 10 years forward, now I’m off the hook.
Some of the things that can actually stop the collection statute from running are:
- a bankruptcy, which actually tolls the statute for the time that the bankruptcy was pending plus one year,
- an offer and compromise which currently under current law, tolls the statute for the time the offer was pending, plus 60 days. That law has actually changed three times in the last five or six years, so that can be very tricky. It’s very date specific.
- One of the other things that can toll a collection statute is an innocent spouse request. It will toll the collection statute while the innocent spouse petition is pending.
- Certain types of IRS appeals can actually toll the collection statute from running, as well as the filing of a 911 with a taxpayer advocate.
So you see, it’s not really so simple; it’s just counting up days and saying my 10 years are up, so now I’m off the hook. There is a lot of things that can actually extend that time and keep it running. There is also things that you don’t want to do if the collection statutes are very short.
So go ahead and have a professional, like myself, take a look at your case and make sure that you don’t make a mistake that ruins your case.
That’s all for now. Thanks for watching.
The Discovery: Dave is introduced to the Miller Lite Brewers Collection, and he hits the ground running.
Dressed to win. Impressions of the BMW Sauber F1 Collection 2008. The Essence of Racing. All for 1.
An award-winning guitarist teaches you how to play "The World I Know" by Collective Soul. This is a sample of a 25 minute video available for download at iVideosongs****.
*******live.pirillo**** - MyNameIsMatt2 writes: "Do you like cars? I LOVE them, and that is one reason I got into Diecast Car collecting. Diecast Cars are things like Hot Wheels, Johnny Lightning, Green Light, Matchbox, etc. They are pretty much any miniature car that is made of Diecast metal."
From Vintage Race Cars to One-of-a-Kind Hot Rods, What Makes a Car a Collectable
The car collector market has expanded substantially over the last several years. From celebrity car collector Jay Leno, who owns over 50, to the girl next door who's dreamed of owning a Camaro since the sixties, it is both an art and a booming business. So what makes a car collectable?
Many people have different definitions of what's collectible but generally it's a mix of performance, rarity, style and a certain amount of popularity at a given point in time.
According to Motor Trend Magazine, there are also specific things a manufacturer can do to make a car more collectible, like having a serial number, a numbered limited edition or building special models with higher performance. This elite group includes traditional cars like the Ford Model A, vintage pickups and racecars, hot rods and American "muscle" cars like the 1969 Camaro.
With a dedicated museum and factory tours, Corvettes have been a collectible icon for over 50 years. This year, two-time Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi will pace the Memorial Day race in a customized Corvette Z06. He will also sign 500 special edition pace car replicas, giving them that extra something that can make a car more than just a way to get around town.
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Famed Philatelist Armand Rousso discusses stamps and stamp collecting